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Reader Survey responses

Our last Lion&Lamb Reader Survey was carried out in 1999. Since then we have transitioned from ECONI to the Centre for Contemporary Christianity in Ireland, retaining Lion&Lamb as the regular flagship publication. Click here to find out what readers have said so far about the magazine in our 2007 Reader Survey.

Reader Survey responses


lion&lamb is a substantial magazine produced spring, summer and autumn providing a forum for Christian comment and perspective on issues facing the church and society in Ireland.

lion&lamb is now in its tenth year of production. It combines journal-style articles with interviews, reviews, biblical reflection and comment as well as information about forthcoming events and recent publications.

"I have long considered the material provided in lion&lamb to be among the most incisive and well-informed Christian comment on the Northern Ireland situation a church leader I have benefited greatly in my thought and prayer from the articles and contributions."
Archbishop Robin Eames, Archbishop of Armagh, Primate of All Ireland

"At a time when few Christian publications are prepared to deal with the really difficult subjects, lion&lamb helps many of us find our way through a whole maze of complex political, ethical and theological issues."
Rev Dr Russell I Birney, Former Moderator of the Presbyterian Church in Ireland

"I have long admired your work and have read lion&lamb in the past with much interest and profit. I hope that the relaunch of this magazine will make your work more widely known and more strongly supported, at a time in history when the biblical ideals to which you are committed are more timely, more relevant and more urgently needed than ever."
Cardinal Cahal B Daly, Archbishop of Armagh

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